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officers plan to treat sex offenders on halloween night. >> reporter: we will see law enforcement target a small number of sex offenders to get them off the street. but there's other areas that want to ban all sex offenders from participating on halloween and that effort has failed. we know of two things 2-year- old christopher likes to do that's to run and trick or treat. >> i love taking him trick or treating. candy she loves candy. >> reporter: his mother also looks forward to halloween and supports laws that stops sexual predators from participating such as putting out decorations or giving out candy. >> if you're on megan's law list don't bother. we don't want our kids around you. >> reporter: every year, parolees are banned from decorating or keeping porch lights lit on halloween night. but that only applies to parolees. the city of orange in southern california passed an ordnance to force all sex offenders to put a warning sign on their front door on halloween night. but a group called california reform sex offenders law fought them in court and won. we talked to that group
a huge new law. >> so what i can guarantee is that we have a system that's working. we're going to improve the speed of that system. >> excuse me. >> yes? >> you're saying the system right now is work? >> i'm saying it's working. it's just not working at the speed that we want and at the success rate that we want. >> reporter: tavenner blamed the web site's flaws on delays by the main i.t. firm tired to build it, a comaidian company called c.g.i. in an apparent contradiction she told georgia's tom price that the site's massive problems on day one caught her offguard. >> the problems that we saw in the first week, we attributed to volume. once the volume started back down. >> how about before october one? was there any sense at all there would be problems with the web site? >> no, not-- there are always going to be issues with a new web site. what i would call the customary glitches that you see. but no, not this. >> reporter: that is not what the web site's designers said when they testified just last week. they said the site crashed when they tested it gently just two weeks bef
as free review of obama care. >> getting an assessment of obama law. >> reporter: or a witchcraft stake out. >> democrats want to make it work, republicans don't. >> reporter: house lawmakers, probed, praised or picked it apart. >> we're only four weeks into this one and already declaring it dead. >> now we're told everything will be okay very soon. why should the american people believe you now. >> reporter: the woman in charge of the problem plagued obama care website in her testimony a major maricopa to the public. >> i want to apologize to you that the website has not worked as well as it should. >> new questions over promises made by obama. >> if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. >> reporter: if you like your health care plan, you will be able to keep your health care plan. >> reporter: that's not exactly the case for millions of americans in the individual insurance market. an insurance industry source says the majority of americans with individual plans will find their policies changed or everyone cancelled under obama care rules. the white house says those who's pl
into international law decades ago before the internet existed. what this document will do is try to include the realities of the modern world and modern technologies, use of the internet. it says that illegal surveillance of private communication's is a violation and obtrusive active human rights. it says this is something that needs to be monitored and watched closely. the problem is the amount of power the u.n. general assembly has over other countries, which is not big at all. >> that is a good point that you bring up. as i understand it, the resolution would be nonbinding. so how effective will it really be? x that is true. that is the biggest problem, because the u.n. general assembly does not have the kind of power to be binding on any kind of document that we seek him out of it. critics of this are saying it is pointless because it won't really affect the u.s.. it is also a strong message, because first of all, this is the first time many countries in the international community come together to voice their outrage. it is also a big body and certainly there could be further steps whe
is live on the ground with the growing crowdant the law enforcement re- - crowd and the law enforcement response there. >> reporter: good afternoon. this crowd is growing. there was a deep sense of anger many people in the community. we're in old courthouse square where people are beginning to gather. i should say the sonoma county sheriff today is saying that he's calling for help from neighboring agencies to make sure this protest doesn't get out of hand. he's particularly concerned about protesters outside of santa rosa. let me show you video here. occupy oakland is actually busing people up here for what is expected to be one of the largest demonstrations to date related to the shooting death of andy lopez and people will be getting on buses in oakland and coming up for the demonstration. the crowd will be marching over to the sheriff's department's main offices. one week after 13-year-old andy lopez was shot to death by a sonoma county sheriff's deputy, more than a thousand people are expected to march through the streets of santa rosa. many of them are students who are leaving cla
care law. beyond the colossal problems with the website well chronicled, now it is the assurances by the president that are drawing scrutiny when he told americans if you liked your health care plan, you could keep it. well, with insurance companies discontinuing some policies of some people, we finding that's no longer the case. as many deal with the potential for new higher costs. our senior investigative correspondent lisa myers broke the story for us last night and has more for washington tonight. good evening. >> reporter: brian, good evening. so far almost 2 million of the 14 million americans who buy individual coverage have gotten letters that their policy is canceled or has to change because of the law. still the white house insists the president did not mislead americans when he promised everyone could keep their insurance. >> here is a guarantee that i have made. if you have insurance that you like, then you will be able to keep that insurance. >> reporter: that doesn't sit well with george schwab who is retired, started a new business, and been told because of the new
of trick or treatedders later today, law enforcement will be out in force, we will tell you what to expect. >> plus the plane had to land on a remote location, we will tell you about it coming up. >> this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> good morning, we take you to san jose, oh, a lot of people excited to celebrate -- that is a nice display, some glow in the dark, yeah, that is cool because it shows for us at this early hour many people excited to celebrate, happy halloween, october 31st, i am pam cook. >> i am dave clark, steve a nice forecast. >> yes, yes, clear skies, cold for some, plenty of 30s, 37 santa rosa, napa 36, 40s around, more 30s popping up and 38 at petaluma, san francisco upper 40s but generally around 50 and will end up warmer today at 66 so each day bumping up. those are your temperatures in those areas so a chill there, otherwise severe clear today so sunny and warmer but a cold morning. there might be fog but the air is drier today than yesterday for sure. back into the 70s for some. 60s closer to the water. here is sal. >> steve good morning. we are looking at traf
( destroying lawns a frightening families. law plarks tryuz come up withxdxd a solution, one that inclyj allowing people to shoot the pigs even within city limits.tui nbc bayçófá area's chris sanche joins us live in san jose with more.jf >> hi there. this country club cannot trab and remove the wild pigs because that would be against california regulation. california fish andÑi wildlife ( individually put to sleep each prohibitive. so what they -- the countyt(xd is asking the city to do isnb allow someone, a licensedó[ to shoot each individual animal and that means bending the rules of the city just a piíqf%9 action and photos of theñr pigsn the neighbor's lawn, digging up the grass looking forçó grubs. that's where the damage tally to the golf course is in the tense of thousands of dollars.xd california fish and wildlifu3q granted the clubñr a permit 20 trap the animals. steeçós7 if the contractor 6:0e a gun within the city limits. ill consider the ordinance on tuesday. licensed trapper, they're goingr>iáo be able to discharge weapon to put down the animal.xi >> this i
state laws to address worker safety for transit workers. certainly the fatal accident will be on the minds of the puc when they gather here this morning put the body of this work started 4 years ago in the wake of the 2008 worker fatality. the puc said then there were regulations in place but nothing that dealt specifically with transit workers in california, so the commission put this together to try to change that. the board is expected to approve this today and it would create a new communication system that would keep all better in line with each other, bart is already taking this into account even though it hasn't been approved yet, bart spokesperson told the times that bart is supportive of the rules and since it is revamping its own rules it is incorporating the requirements and language of this order, but it also looks ahead, suggesting within a year of this order they should have back up alarms and want agencies to have a process for an early warning alarm technology, that would mean something like a portable track train detector, something they could put on t
children's lives. we're talking about lives that have been cut short unfortunately sadly by law enforcement because law enforcement didn't have the ability within a split nanosecond to discriminate between the real thing and a fake gun. >> federal law requires imitation guns to have an orange tip at the barrel but it doesn't cover pellet guns like the one lopez was carrying. >>> police departments are warning trick or treaters not to carry anything on halloween that could be mistaken for a weapon. >>> campbell police say four shooting suspects appear in footage captured by a surveillance camera. it shows three men and a woman behind the man with a cowboy hat at the spot the nightclub orchard drive 2 a.m. saturday. investigators say one of the four shot an employee of the club after he asked the group to turn down their music in a parking lot. police say the victim is recovering. >>> drunk driving is suspected in a deadly crash in sonoma valley last night. the chp says a jaguar veered into oncoming traffic and hit a toyota head on. a passenger into the jaguar was killed. all three people in
cut down by law enforcement because they didn't have the ability within a nanosecond to discriminate between the real thing and a toy. >> reporter: federal law requires imitation guns to have an orange tip on the barrel. but the law does not cover pellet guns like andy lopez's. now, the nra had no comment but in the past their position has been air guns and bb guns should not be treated like toy guns and therefore should not be brightly colored. reporting live in santa rosa, cate caugiran, kpix 5. >> following the tragedy in santa rosa, police departments around the bay area are warning trick or treaters not to carry toy guns on halloween or anything else that could be mistaken for a weapon. >>> a five-year-old girl is among three people hurt in a crash up in wine country. chp officers believe the driver of a jaguar was drunk at the time when the car veered into a toyota on 121 in sonoma valley last night. the passenger and the jaguar died. the three people in the toyota were injured. >>> newly released surveillance video shows four suspect in the shooting of a nightclub worker in do
and wounding two others. law enforcement officials are now looking into a rant ciancia had on him at the time of the shooting. it referred to the new world order and had anti-tsa and anti-government claims. witnesses who encountered the suspect provided possible clues into what motivated the attack. >> the shooter was just calmly walking down the corridor, he had his gun and looked at me and said tsa? and i just shook my head, and he kept going. >> reporter: after the shooting the fbi served search warrants at the suspect's homes in l.a. and new jersey. law enforcement officials say ciancia, originally from pennsville township, new jersey sent text messages to family members there prior to the shooting. >> the text message was just a message to the little brother and the way it was written, they had some concern about it and that's when the brought to our attention. >> reporter: a neighbor of ciancia's in california says he can't believe ciancia could be the shooter. >> from knowing this guy i can't believe that.it just doesn't make sense. >> reporter: pennsville police say ciancia had no his
not have a sprinkler system. since the building was older, sprinklers were not required by law. tonight's meeting is at 7:00 at the fair oaks community center. >>> well, the end of daylight-savings time comes sunday, and this means most of us will be heading home to work in the dark. san francisco police say when we roll the clocks back last year, police saw an increase in robberies near transit hubs and smartphones are often the target. police are heading out today reminding commuters the smartphone glow will shine an hour earlier. >> we noticed there was an increase in robberies around the transit hubs and realizing that people's commutes were during hours of darkness, we wanted to get information out to advise the public of that. >> they're hoping to shine a light on dangers in the dark. officers plan to be more visible around transit hubs during the evening commute hoping to discourage thieves. >>> the maker of the popular seracha hot sauce is face aing lawsuit accused of stinking up the air around the southern california factory. the city of irwindale filed suit yesterday asking a
for slightly topped one pedal. it is see this tiny a law that says it's ok to turn on red but the important part is you have to stop first. i guess that's a rule or law whenever you want to call it was missed during driver's training or should i say lack of. [ male announcer ] the founder of mercedes-benz once wrote something on a sheet of paper ♪ the challenge always accepted. and the calling forever answered. ♪ introducing the all-new 2014 s-class. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. an accident and exactly the same location as one that really bald of the commute yesterday. same thing happening yesterday for 280 southbound in your ride to san bruno. >>erica: starting the morning off and the 30's. 37 degrees and vallejo. 38 degrees out the door and out of. we are seeing 50s for oakland and san francisco.as w'e afternoon. today will be warmer than yesterday. we will continue with the warmth of the next couple of days. we do have some pretty nice weather to look forward to as we head into your halloween thursday. i will break down that part of the forecast coming up in just a couple of m
is protesting that change. >> reporter: there's people at dolores park planning to break city law in order to protest a proposed law to close the parks at night. it's a chilly night for a camp out in san francisco. but a hot button issue has a few protesters ready to spend the night at dolores park. >> this is also about criminalized poverty. >> they're proposing legislation to give parks uniformed closing time. >> the people who are in the parks at night aren't all causing trouble. they're people who are down on their luck and have nowhere to go. >> reporter: some neighborhood associations think it's about time. >> do you use the park between midnight and 5:00 a.m. >> no, as gavin newsom once said, nothing good happens after midnight. >> reporter: san francisco is the only major city in the country without a uniformed closing time for its parks. supervisor scott weiner sponsored the proposal. >> there's nothing more frustrating than to see vandalism in our parks. >> reporter: in may of last year, vandals struck the newly constructed dolorer park one day after it opened. vandals have cause
's people at dolores park planning to break city law in order to protest a proposed law to close the parks at night. it's a chilly night for a camp out in san francisco. but a hot button issue has a few protesters ready to spend the night at dolores park. >> this is also about criminalized poverty. >> they're proposing legislation to give parks uniformed closing time. >> the people who are in the parks at night aren't all causing trouble. they're people who are down on their luck and have nowhere to go. >> reporter: some neighborhood associations think it's about time. >> do you use the park between midnight and 5:00 a.m. >> no, as gavin newsom once said, nothing good happens after midnight. >> reporter: san francisco is the only major city in the country without a uniformed closing time for its parks. supervisor scott weiner sponsored the proposal. >> there's nothing more frustrating than to see vandalism in our parks. >> reporter: in may of last year, vandals struck the newly constructed dolorer park one day after it opened. vandals have caused millions of the dollars a year most of it h
is facing more than 20 years in jail to life with perot. --parol. e/ the to that law enforcement agencies from all over the state will be checking on sex offenders this halloween. it's the annual " operation boo" compliance check. some agencies will visit areas were sex offenders are required to abide by curfew hours. there will be up from 10--from 4 to 10:00 p.m. tonight. san revell police are looking for a bank robber believe to be behind a series of robberies in marin county. the latest robbery being yesterday morning. surveillance video shows a man walking into a wells fargo on las gallinas ave. and demanding cash. yesterday's crime is the ninth in a series that began last december. the man is described as light and in his 40's or 50's. police say he often strikes on wednesdays. police have released information about the shooting death of 13 year- old andy lopez. santa rosa police a witness who was in the area heard sheriff's deputy erick gelhaus order twice. order lopez to drop that that-what he believed was an ak-47 rifle twice. and the sheriff himself said he knows he yelled at lea
has spent 24 years in law enforcement. he's contributed to gun publications.and in 2008.he wrote an article for swat magazine. >> >> reporter:"today is the day you may need to kill someone in order to go home. >> reporter: somebody needs to be in charge, so make a decision." >> reporter:and in the same article, he said "when you are caught in an ambush, you need to make your decisions immediately and carry them out just as quickly. >> reporter:you need to shut down the bad guys who initiated the ambush so that you can go home." >> reporter:keep it tuned here to kron four as we continue to follow the latest with the andy lopez protests. you can also get updates on our facebook and twitter pages, kron four-dot-com, and our new mobile app. >> catherine: new at 8. in hopes of making shoppers feel safer on the streets of oakland's chinatown. a local businessman is bringing in >> catherine: kron 4's dan kerman has more. >> reporter: he is the one that will pay for the guard in the last year. it is his way to think think the committee for supporting the bake in the last 30 years. new to
next week. if passed, it would tighten gun laws in sunnyvale and lead to a lault. it would require gun owners to lock up their weapons when they're away from home, and report a stolen gun within 48 hours. it would also require detailed information on ammo sales and would ban all magazines holding more than ten rounds. if passed, the national rifle association has said it would sue sunnyvale to block the laws. a move gun advocates in the city support. >> i think it's big government mentality on a small level. for laws to be effective, they need to be statewide or country-wide for them to have a real impact. >> if this passes, you're okay with sunnyvale getting sued by the nra? >> yeah. no one likes to get sued, but that's their typical, you know, way they do business. they're a bully. they act like bullies. >> sunnyvale's mayor also says that the new laws do pass, then will he help the city of mountain view put a similar measure on its ballot next fall. >>> in washington d.c. the president's top health official telling lawmakers the buck stops with her and she is the one responsible for
law takes center stage on capitol hill today. lawmakers prepare to grill health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius on the government's faulty insurance website and the millions of americans who have had their insurance policies canceled. >> is it your experience that allies of the united states have spied on the united states historically? >> yes. >> the government's spy secrets come into the open. two of the nation's top intelligence officials defend the program that puts dozens of leaders under surveillance. >>> and while the red sox prepare for game six in the world series in boston, airplane trouble keeps the cardinals stuck in st. louis until late last night. captioning funded by cbs >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for wednesday, october 30th, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, president obama heads to boston today where he'll talk about his health insurance law. the affordable care act has been plagued by serious computer glitches, and there are now charges the president mislead consumers. susan mcginnis is in washington. susan
the deputy who fired the shots says he cannot remember if he identified himself as law enforcement before he opened fire. both dispatch records and high witness reports show that only about ten seconds passed between the time the deputy confronted lopez and the actual shooting. meantime, hundreds of people taking to the streets of santa rosa again last night chanting "andy." they want justice for the teenager's death. last week he mistook the boy's replica gun for an ak-47 and shot lopez seven times. those marching believe the shooting was unnecessary, and they hope to make a change. the fbi is now investigating this shooting. >>> a man who walked away from a controversial care facility in castro valley is still missing this morning. his name is edmond baskum. here's a photo of him. investigators say one day after the valley springs manor was shut down, he wandered away. now, this here is video of family members picking up belongings from the residence last night. 14 members were removed after investigators say they were abandoned by most of the valley springs manor staff staff. only a janit
. >> catherine: i forgot about that guy. >> catherine: a new law for parents. sexes. also -- texting in relationships. experts give us advice on whether it's a good idea. >> reporter: we have some changes i had this week forecast coming up. >>male, female -- and now in germany -- a third option. as of today - germany is the first country in europe to allow parents to not specify their child's gender on birth certificates. >> catherine: it's part of an effort to fight discrimination. but activists say the european union is still not moving quickly enough on the issue. cnn's fion-nuala sweeney reports >> reporter:claudia kreuzer says she was born with male and female sexual characteristics. claudia and partner, frances identify themselves as intersex. >> reporter:they say they often feel stigmatized because other people want to fit them into the typical male-female gender roles. >>"since you are the unknown gender you are often refused at first sight. if humans cannot allocate something, they are often suspicious and careful." german parents will now be allowed to leave the field for g
of the laws. >> leno says the neck step is to talk with the brown administration, in order to better understand why his bill was vetoed. maureen kelly, kron4 news. >>> rough day for the raiders. they were at home taking on the philadelphia egg elogist. the eagles, they blew out the silver and black 49-20. kron, ron, was at the game and showed us reaction from the fans. >> pee wee football game going behind me, it may be more entertaining. let's look at the highlights. it was rough. raider nation had to suffer through this one. philly getting the first touchdown. the raiders would bounce back a little bit. from there on out, it was downhill for the raiders. mixed for the quarterback, for philly, throwing seven touchdown passes. that ties an nfl record, by the way. he looks great. the raiders defense, not so much. which talked to dep nis allen before the game. he put it bluntly. >> old fashion butt whipping. >> naturally, the raider nation, they were not so happy. what did you think about the raiders performance. >> it could have been better. it's all right. we're all faithful fans. >>
that don't meet the law's ten minimum standards, including maternity care, emergency visits mental health treatment and even pediatric dental care. that means consumers have to sign on to new plans even if they don't want or need the more generous coverage. industry experts say about half of the people getting these letters will pay more. half will pay less thanks to taxpayer subsidies. >> the winners outnumber the it. industry experts say for everyone, the best get to c >> thanks, janet. the obama administration is thinking seriously this morning about ending surveillance programs. . . . leaders. the a allies are said they'y're fufurious the national secu >> sources tell "the los angeles times" that the obama white house did approve many of those oppositions. margaret brennan is at the state department. margaret, good morning. >> good morning, norah, and to charlie. european lawmakers tell us they're upset by the volume of information collected by the nsa and want to know what was done with it. they'll hold meetings at the white house and the state department t
of discontent towards law enforcement in this community. today, nearly 1500 demonstrators are expect today pack on the pressure at yet another rally. as you -- as this is going on, we're also learning new details about the sheriff's deputy who shot andy lopez last week. he's identified as 48-year-old gelhaus. hees been with the sonoma county sheriff's department for more than 20 years. gelhaus is also a field training officer and firearm instructor. the sheriff's office says his deputies feel terrible about what happened. >> horrible tragedy for all involved. >> gelhaus is a veteran of the iraq war and contributor to several gun web sites and mack sooens. meanwhile take a look at lopez memorial. there is very little sympathy for gelhaus for andy lopez. to walk out of class again at 10:00 this morning, and demonstrators streets not the sidewalks. reporting live in santa rosa. back to the studio. >> kate, any word on what demonstrators plan to do today? >> well, michelle, according to the facebook page, the group plans to gather at the old -- i believe, tg old courthouse square, and then march to
and hold on to security clearance despite having past brushes with the law. >>> iraqi prime minister is on the visit to washington. trying to get more american aid. speaking this morning at the u.s. institute for peace. you are looking at video with him with vice president joe biden. this is a meeting they had yesterday. the iraqi government is hoping to get more weapons to fight the resurgeance of al-qaida. prime minister meets with president obama tomorrow. >> 7:15. also happening now. a big impact on air travellers. discussing the current ban on cell phones, ipads and other portable electronic devices during take off and landing. kyla is live. >> reporter: it is safe for passengers to use most electronic devices from gate to gate. we're taking a live look at this press conference which just started about five minutes ago. this is faa administrator. the timing of these rules will be up to individual airlines. the faa says connections to the internet are not going to be allowed below 10,000 feet and prior to today, passengers were not allowed to use portable electronic devices durin
. the federal appeals court reinstated a key part of a new abortion law that requires doctors performing abortions to have admitting privileges privileges na hospital with 30 mi. of their clinic. >> if third of the clinics in texas cannot perform abortions as a result of the ruling. the law is being challenged by planned parenthood, but will remain in effect during the lawsuit. >> michigan man claims he tipped federal investigators investigators to the location of osama bin laden compound and pakistan years before his killing. and now it is seeking the $25 million reward. in >> a letter from a chicago- based law form representing tom lee says the 63 year old jim merchant report the location of been laughton's, pakistan compound in 2003. the letter was sent by the law firm to the f-be-i in august. >> it said a pakistani intelligence agent told lee that he escorted been lied and his family to his compound. bid line was killed in may 2011 due in may still raid. >> the city of boston is celebrating its world series. winning this morning. it is a bittersweet feeling for being town because of
claims millions of people could lose coverage because of the law. the administration is extending the signup window by six weeks. senior white house correspondent brianna keilar is here with the very latest. >> that signup deadline now march 31st. it had been february 15th. that is a change. and the white house also now admitting that some americans may lose their previous insurance plans under the obama care law but arguing that that's not actually a bad thing. one of the president's long-time promises about his name sake health care reform plan -- >> if you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan. >> reporter: is coming under intense scrutiny as white house officials admit some plans will cease to exist under the law. >> it's true there are existing health care plans on the individual market. that don't meet the minimum standards and therefore do not qualify for the affordable care act. there are some that can be grandfathered if people want to keep insurances substandard. what is also true is about americans who have insurance on the existing individual m
with the law once again, but the news isn't all bad. how he could avoid jail time all together. >>> still plenty of clouds rolling across our skies right now. will we see anymore rain drops? we'll talk about that coming up. >>> we have a new accident now near the airport near sfo northbound 101 access road. we'll have all the latest details. is it causing delays? all your highlights after the break. blach ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, someth >>> well, a scary surprise for hayward man as he watched a movie inside his bedroom. out on the streets a ford mustang crashed through his wall, stopped right next to him, car barely missed him. >> banged the wall and flash. first thought is, wow, again, because it happened about, like, nine to eight years ago. >> well, the fire department says speed may have been a factor in the crash. nobody was hurt fortunately, but the mustang driver pointed out to gonzales that his car was totalled. by the way, the apartment, well, they are, too. ten residents are now displaced until they can make some repairs. >>> felony charges against singer chris brown and his bodyguard
case returns to the national spotlight. the controversial law expected to be examined on capitol hill today. >> plus, it is snowing up in the sierra. how this is affecting local ski resorts and whoa one of them why -- why one of them may open this weekend. >> highway 4 you can see the traffic is picking up there westbound. we'll have more traffic hot spots next. >> well, mostly cloudy skies over us could be a few little sprinkles or very light rain towards santa clara valley. how much on the temps will we cool off or warm up a little today? use chase freedom at amazon.com and get 5% cash back this quarter. so you can find the perfect gift for everyone. including you. activate your 5% cash back at chase.com/freedom chase. so you can. i want you to know stuff i want you to be kind. i want you to be smart. super smart. i want one thing in a doctor. i want you to be handsome. i want you to be awesome. i don't want you to look at the chart before you say hi...david. i want you to return my emails. i want you to keep me doing this for another sixty years. at kaiser permanente, we want you t
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haven't done anything wrong. they tried to follow their obligations in accordance with the law. >> reporter: the attorney says his client is getting out of the nursing home business. ken pritchett, ktvu news. >>> one of the most influential singer-song writers of a generation has died. lou reed died today at the age of 71. he's been called father of indy rock a punk poet who broke ground for the new wave punk and alternative wave movement of the 1970s, 80s an 90s. deena toley takes a look at his life and legacy. >> reporter: singer song writer and guitarist lou reed has died. reed was the legendary leader of the 60s cult bound velvet underground successfully opening rock music to the avant- garde. reed said he loved making the music he called beautiful. >> i'm trying to make something that is really simple. make something i would listen to. >> reporter: reed was sober since the 1980s following decades of hard partying. he thrived as a solo artist. he stayed true to his roots. >> everything that matters is out of new york. everybody knows that. >> reporter: fame awarded reed wit
about how to survive an ambush. at the memorial there is discontent with law enforcement and little sympathy for the deputy. >> there have been threats made against the deputy. we have the balance the deputy's safety with the understanding that the media wants to report and that the public wants to know. >> reporter: we know this is a combination of different family and friends, students from local high schools and middle schools and also including people from occupy oakland are out here. as for the sheriff he couldn't comment on the investigation but said there is extra security for the deputy while he is on administrative leave. we know that the sheriff is planning to meet with latino advisory committee to talk about moving forward. there is a lot of discontent and distrust in this crowd. he hopes to rebuild that bridge. >> thanks. >>> a mass for andy lopez will be held at 5:00 at the resurrection parish church in santa rosa. >>> a woman accused of killing a couple while drunk is due in court. the 54 year old is facing manslaughter and felony dui charges. police say she ran the tw
in sack membership to to ask law enforcement for a moratorium on impounding and towing cars that belong to undocumented immigrants. community organizations from around the state will request cities, counties and c.h.p. stop the practice until three months after a new law takes effect allowing undocumented immigrants to get a special driver's license which does not take effect until january 1. the governor signed the bill into law this month. >> we are easing toward hall wasn't. how is the wet today? >> i will tell you. my wipers made a "crunch, crunch, crunch" noise. >> it was 68 in the house this morning when i woke up. the drought is worst through the high plains and where we live. we have five different categories from abnormally dry to exceptional drought. 93 percent of california is under some type of drought with the worst to our south all the way to santa barbara. most have had only .01" of rain or nothing. from mount tamalpais, we have clouds around san francisco where we are looking. we are going to have temperatures from 36 around santa rosa with fog up to 49 in oakland throug
want to be very careful. and there are some areas were the c h p is requiring tire chain laws in effect. but it is gorgeous and still pretty to look at. i spoke with some of the ski resorts and there are 10 in. at alpine meadows and they expected to rise as the snow continues. and pretty neat to see the first snowfall of the year. scott rates, kron 4 news. >> catherine: the 49ers and raiders were both victorious over the weekend. but one of the coaches is in hot water executive sports producer jason appelbaum is here - to show us what one of the raider's. assistant coaches did. it's probably something most coaches have wanted to do at one time or another.but raiders defensive coordinator jason tarver actually did it.and it was caught on camera. tarver flipped the officials the bird not once but twice.to go along with some choice words during the third quarter of the raiders 21-18 win over the steelers now what we would have been talking about had tarver not stole the headlines was this: the longest run ever by a quarterback in nfl history terrelle pryor goes 93 yards game untouched to g
new information today. it's raising a big question, did the deputy involved identify himself as law enforcement before shooting? it's not clear if deputy eric gelhaus identified himself as a law enforcement officer before he shot and killed 14-year-old andy lopez. an investigator told the "chronicle" the deputy couldn't remember if he told the teen he was a deputy. he said he felt lopez threatened his life after the deputy told him to drop it. the airsoft rifle looks like the real thing. the report also said a witness warned lopez cops were in the airplane and to put the replica gun away. >> it's a tragedy. the death could have been prevented. >> reporter: as a response to the shooting, california state senator kevin de leon wants to reintroduce legislation. >> these guns are being manufactured, these toy guns, airsoft guns, to be either translucent or some sort of discriminating color where it's a neon color. >> total waste of time and tax dollars. >> reporter: ryan sells these toy guns at his store. he says coloring them won't work. >> that's not what people want. you can change t
. >> we will take a break. coming up on the kron4 morning news. house state law enforcement agencies are keeping an eye on sex offenders this halloween. maligned plus, a lawsuit involving the production of a popular hot sauce. what the big complaint is all about. i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. female narrator: it's posturepedic versus beautyrest it's posturepedic versus beautyrest with up to $400 off. serta icomfort and tempur-pedic go head-to-head with three years' interest-free financing. mattress price wars are ending soon at sleep train. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >>
on anyone except for valid foreign intelligence purposes and only work within the law. >> reporter: abc news has confirmed reports u.s. intelligence has listened in on the phone conversations of the leaders of 35 american allies. reports that drew sharp criticism from top members of congress in both parties. >> the reports are very disturbing. friends don't spy on friends. >> reporter: or do we? is spying on friends still going on? >> is the united states now listening in on the phone conversations of friendly presidents and prime ministers? >> john, i'm not going to get in to discussions of specific activities, intelligence gathering activities. >> we are listening in to the conversations of friendly heads of state. >> again i'm not going to talk about specific or alleged or reported intelligence gathering operations. >> reporter: the head of the nsa warned that new limits on u.s. espionage could be dangerous. >> is much more important for this country that we defend this nation and take the beatings than to give up on a program that would result in this nation being attacked. >> reporter:
's initiatives allow voters to make laws. you know that. many of those hot-button issues that we vote on, but are they good tools for making policy? and how many of us actually understand the initiatives we vote on? let's bring in nbc bay area's political analyst, larry gerston. good to see you. we have a legislator and governor but many people enjoy having the direct vote to pass laws, right? >> yes, scary how much, or how little they know about it. the voters adopted the idea in 1911 when the legislature was literally owned by the southern pacific railroad. it was no joke. fed up, they decided if the legislature wouldn't act on behalf of the people, by golly, they would. so if someone wants a new law, like you said, he or she has to gather signatures, 5% of the people who voted in the last gubernatorial election for a law, 8% for a constitutional amendment and wha-lah, you're on. >> we have more than 100 years of history with this. sounds simple enough. the format here. what's the fuss about? >> for a long time, there was no fuss. you know, because there were just very few initiatives
should not have firearms. >> reporter: under state law, hospitals and courts are supposed to notify the department of justice whenever it's determined that a person can no longer own or purchase a firearm. but according to a just released state audit county courts have routinely failed to report the names of people deemed too mentally ill to have guns. according to the audit, between 2010 and 2011, 34 counties failed to make the required notice. in all, 2300 times. and 2100 of those cases were in san francisco. >> state law requires that there be an indication about whether that person is prohibited from possessing a firearm. >> reporter: san francisco court officials tell us that while the report may be technically true, it's only part of the story. >> this is a paperwork issue not a public safety issue. the fact of the matter is that these 2100 individuals already are subject to a firearms prohibition due to their initial hospitalization. >> reporter: in other words, the hospitals already did the reporting. >> regardless, it is different from the other courts. they have to be unde
. auditors say state law should be changed to require reporting within 24 hours. and the state could gain tens of millions of dollars annually in federal reimbursements for sick prison inmates under the nation's new health care law. state and federal officials say that the money would come from higher medicaid reimbursements for inmates who are treated in outside hospitals. it would not help pay for health care within prisons. the federal court-appointed official who controls california's prison medical system says it could save $40 million annually. prison health care- california health reforms could help calif. prison spending sacramento, calif. - california could gain tens of millions of dollars annually in federal reimbursements for sick prison inmates under the nation's new health care law. state and federal officials said tuesday that the money would come from higher medicaid reimbursements for inmates who are treated in outside hospitals. it would not help pay for health care within prisons. a nationwide study of prison health care spending released tuesday by the pew charitable tr
than 6.7 million dollars - for its reporting on a pipeline in san carlos. a state administrative law judge today proposed the fine. saying the utility delayed and mis-characterized the reports on the pipeline that runs beneath brittan avenue. >> catherine: seen as an attempt to mislead the public and the p-u-c about its condition. the p-u-c will have the final say on whether the large fine will be imposed. >> catherine: san francisco police will answers questions tonight about the officer involved shooting in the marina district that left a man injured. >> catherine: police shot 19-year-old romell narvarez after they responded to reports of a fight on chestnut street sunday. police say he had a gun - and was beating a man who had just used an a-t-m. offiers say he was shot after brandishing his gun. >> catherine: navarez is still hospitalized and faces charges of burglary, robbery and battery. there's a town hall meeting on the incident tonight in the marina district. solano county deputies say they found drugs, cash and an assault weapon at a vallejo home earlier this week. >> cath
the president's health care law is facing an angry congress. cbs news learns the white house had weeks of warning. >> only on "cbs this morning" a u.s. soldier rescues a translator that saved his life. we're there reunion. >>> mark phillips is in the town using the bright idea to see the light. >> we begin with a look at today's eye opener your world in 90 seconds. >> i'm as frustrated and angry as anyone with the launch of healthcare.gov. you deserve better. i apologize. >> secretary sebelius faces a grilling on capitol hill. >> house republicans have been calling for her head over the botched obama care roll out. >> i hope what we hear from se sebelius is resignation. >> the nsa keith alexander says the u.s. has never gathered phone and e-mail you records of citizens in france and spain. >> there has not been a mass casualty in the u.s. since 2001. >> wall street stocks at an all time high. >> storm led to a series of deadly crash on an arizona highway. >> i jumped out and took off running down the road. >> nine hours to catch a black bear. >> a young boy jumped
letter in the next year because the current policies don't meet the standards laid out by the new law. the white house told nbc that people whose policies will be canceled will in most cases be automatically shifted to plans with better protections. >>> and peter lee, the director of california's health insurance exchange, says he will not reveal how many californians have enrolled in the covered healthcare plan until mid-november. but he says once the figures are posted, they will be very detailed, broken down by city, age of enrollees and which kind of plans they've selected. >>> 7:10. the defensive coordinate for the oakland raiders has apologized for the obscene gesture he made on the field in sunday's game against the steelers. now, he made that gesture twice while protesting a referee's call in the third quarter of the raiders' 21-18 win over the steelers. there it is. he says he was in the heat of the moment. he now regrets what he did. well, the national football league is reportedly considering a hefty fine. it could be tens of thousands of dollars. >>> a meeting will be held
're breaking the law now right? >> yes we are. what we're doing tonight is standing in solidarity can homeless -- with homeless san franciscans who don't have a choice sometimes but to sleep in the park. there's a plan coming up today that would further criminalize poverty and homelessness in san francisco. we're saying enough is enough and we need to be caring for the most vulnerable residents not criminalizing them. >> reporter: the supervisor has the backing of the chief of police. for a moment, play the devil's advocate and then tell me why -- why this would not reduce quality of life crimes like vandalism. >> sure, so vandalism and illegal dumping both of which senator weiner said are the reasons for the parks are already illegal. this would give the police extra added teeth and really get them in fuller force out into the parks enforcing all of the different crimes and what you -- what you see and you know we've spent the night in the park isn't a bunch of vandals. isn't people running around causing trouble. it's people who have nowhere else left to sleep. they're going to be targeted b
veteran of the department, a firearms instructor who has written articles for law enforcement on the use of deadly force. >> it is maddening. they used excessive force. >> we can never take back what happened. we can express our sympathy and our sorrow to the lopez family and the community. >> lopez was carrying a realistic-looking assault rifle that shoots pellet that closely resembled an ak-47. deputies stopped him and ordered him to drop it and opened fire hitting him seven times killing him. officials are saying leave all toy weapons like this one at home. yesterday, the sheriff told abc7 news that he did not believe ratism was involved saying that the sheriff has done much in the past three years to build bridges specifically with the latino community. >> new details this morning on the deadly crash that least a peninsula couple dead. the driver accused of hitting them is expected in court and we are learning new information of the dog that was severely injured in the accident. matt keller joins us from menlo park. >> i spoke with a worker at the veterinarian clinic and said the doc
to people fleeing syria and violating international law by forcibly returning refugees from jordan. this as the world health organization reported this week that new cases of polio have been identified in a number of syrian children. nbc's reporter recovers the region. we're lucky enough to have him here in new york today. you've been watching the number on refugees. from what we know, at least 800,000 have now entered lebanon when we're looking at the refugees. and that now constitutes a quarter of the people in that country. >> the lebanese government has been very reluctant to acknowledge it has a refugee problem by setting up refugee camps. they don't want to create problems they've had in the past. what's made it unique in lebanon is the syrian refugees have been putting more strain and pressure on the local lebanese economy and the humanitarian situation is getting worse. even in countries like jordan which has a tense border with syria, a lot of the border skirmishes we've seen has cost lives of refugees, syrian refugees in jordan. now the jordanian government has closed its
and that she is on probation from a 2012 d.u.i. conviction. >> reporter:by law, defendant's like marjorie reitzell are supposed to be arraigned within 24 hours of her arrest, unless they are physically unable to do so. >> reporter:therefore she will be back on the court calendar again on wednesday pending a re- evaluation of her medical condition. >> reporter:in redwood city rob fladeboe kron 4 news >> catherine: a san rafael jury is now deliberating the case against max wade. he's the 19-year-old accused of trying to murder two teenagers in mill valley when he was 17. he's better known for allegedly stealing a lamborghini belonging to celebrity chef guy fieri. yesterday, fieri testified >> catherine: he did not know wade, and did not give him permission to take the car. wade is being charged as an adult. he's facing about 30-years in prison. >> catherine: investigators say a fast- moving fire that ripped through a two story building in san francisco did roughly 800-thousand dollars in damage. it started in a building on valencia street at 25th street in the mission district yesterday. >
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